I am not a Saxophonist: I am a Musician.
I am not a Musician: I am an Artist.
I am not an Artist: I am a Poet.
I am not a Poet: I am a Philosopher.
I am not a Philosopher: I am a Dude.
I am not a Dude: I am a Human Being.
I am not a Human Being: I am a shard of the Divine.
My body is but a structure for the Infinite, and Art but a structure for Philosophy. Saxophone but a structure for expressing Music, Music but a structure for Poetry, Poetry but a structure for Art.
I've had this idea for a while, and now I've finally made it real.
The logo is a composite of symbols that have special meaning to me and the music I have written and have yet to write.
The infinity loop at the top is a music staff, an original design that I have tattooed on my chest. It is a reminder that through composition anything is possible. The twist in the center also represents the duality of musical intervals as well as a yin-and-yang understanding. It is major and it is minor. The color yellow is divine to me (it is the color of our local god, The Sun, after all) giving the music staff a sacred significance.
The figure in the center is a sphinx. The sphinx is a pale-ish complexioned hairless cat with huge ears. I myself am pale, a cat (a slang term for a jazz artist), pretty much lacking in fur, and gifted with a highly developed aural sense.
The three symbols featured in the sphinx's face are from the Cosmology symbolism that I've used to compose a lot of my works (especially those from my project, Feat Sauce). The yellow nine-pointed star represents God, the red heart represents Life, and the black crescent represents the Void.
The cat has blue eyes just like me.
The glasses represent my firm belief that books will free me from ignorance and help me reach whatever goals I imagine for myself.
An updated version of my personal script is in the works, but for the time being I've decided to use Arial as a nod to the MTA since I make most of my bread playing throughout the subway system.